The story of former Hollywood star Grace Kelly’s crisis of marriage and identity, during a political dispute between Monaco’s Prince Rainier III and France’s Charles De Gaulle, and a looming French invasion of Monaco in the early 1960s.
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User 1 Review:
I never knew much of Grace Kelly besides that she was an actress. Now I'm sure this movie exaggerates something's but I have a new found love and respect for this woman. As for this movie I thought the casting was done perfectly. Nicole Kiman is amazing and beautiful as always. The only thing I didn't like was some of the camera angle choices were weird and made the scenes less powerful.
User 2 Review:
Tim Roth is probably the only great thing about this movie. He gives a stellar performance and also a wonderful score and some nice costumes but the movie as a whole speaks merits on why it went from Cannes Opening Night Movie to Lifetime Original Movie. Nicole Kidman is all over the place with this performance. She has some nice moments but stumbles with the accent often. It also seemed sluggish and uneventful but that also could have been because I watched it live with no fast forward capability (which is also Lifetime's fault there were so many commercials). It also is really glossy in cinematography and just made the film look off
User 3 Review:
Tepid fictionalization of Grace Kelly's transition from actress to Princess of Monaco, is part character drama, part political thriller (this all occurs at a time when France wants to take over Monaco, and it's up to Kelly to use her charms to stop it). Kidman is fine as Kelly, but her plight always seems to be an arm's length from the viewer. Best feature of the film would have to be the luscious mise en scene.